9/11 Collection
Created:   6/14/2011
Contains:  44 items
In commemoration of the ten-year anniversary, JOEM is offering free access to all published articles relating to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

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Health Conditions as Mediators of the Association Between World Trade Center Exposure and Health-Related Quality of Life in Firefighters and EMS Workers

Yip, Jennifer; Zeig-Owens, Rachel; Hall, Charles B.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 58(2):200-206, February 2016.

Systemic Inflammation Associated With World Trade Center Dust Exposures and Airway Abnormalities in the Local Community

Kazeros, Angeliki; Zhang, Enhan; Cheng, Xin; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 57(6):610-616, June 2015.

Longitudinal Spirometry Among Patients in a Treatment Program for Community Members With World Trade Center–Related Illness

Liu, Mengling; Qian, Meng; Cheng, Qinyi; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 54(10):1208-1213, October 2012.

Unique Features of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in World Trade Center Responders With Aerodigestive Disorders

Sunderram, Jag; Udasin, Iris; Kelly-McNeil, Kathie; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(9):975-980, September 2011.

Lung Pathologic Findings in a Local Residential and Working Community Exposed to World Trade Center Dust, Gas, and Fumes

Caplan-Shaw, Caralee E.; Yee, Herman; Rogers, Linda; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(9):981-991, September 2011.

Pulmonary Function in a Cohort of New York City Police Department Emergency Responders Since the 2001 World Trade Center Disaster

Kleinman, Eli J.; Cucco, Robert A.; Martinez, Charles; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 53(6):618-626, June 2011.

Authors’ Response

Moline, Jacqueline M.; Herbert, Robin; Crowley, Laura; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 51(12):1357-1358, December 2009.

Characteristics of a Residential and Working Community With Diverse Exposure to World Trade Center Dust, Gas, and Fumes

Reibman, Joan; Liu, Mengling; Cheng, Qinyi; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 51(5):534-541, May 2009.

Reflux Symptoms and Disorders and Pulmonary Disease in Former World Trade Center Rescue and Recovery Workers and Volunteers

de la Hoz, Rafael E.; Christie, Jennifer; Teamer, Jelani A.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 50(12):1351-1354, December 2008.

Organizational Factors and Office Workers' Health After the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks: Long-Term Physical Symptoms, Psychological Distress, and Work Productivity

Osinubi, Omowunmi Y. O.; Gandhi, Sampada K.; Ohman-Strickland, Pamela; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 50(2):112-125, February 2008.

The World Trade Center Clean Up and Recovery Worker Cohort Study: Respiratory Health Amongst Cleanup Workers Approximately 20 Months After Initial Exposure at the Disaster Site

Tao, Xuguang (Grant); Massa, Jennifer; Ashwell, Leslie; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 49(10):1063-1072, October 2007.

Evolution of Lower Respiratory Symptoms in New York Police Officers After 9/11: A Prospective Longitudinal Study

Buyantseva, Larisa V.; Tulchinsky, Mark; Kapalka, George M.; More

Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine . 49(3):310-317, March 2007.

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